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, the first circuit out of boston and the second circuit out of new york have already struck down the law. so when you have that sort of a situation, the justices are -- you've gotten their attention. >> once that happens, what does it do to the states like california? and then you have other states in the country that are looking to put marriage equality into action as law and open it up for people. >> well, when we were looking at the different possibilities that i discussed at buzz feed, one of the things that could happen with this case is that they accept the doma challenge. and while they're doing that, they just let the prop 8 case sit before them. and they wait until they've decided what they're going to do with the defense of marriage act. and then depending on the type of decision that they rule in that case, it could be broad enough that it could have an impact on states like california. it could also have impact on states like north carolina that just passed an amendment banning same-sex couples from marrying earlier this year. >> all right. so we all are on the supreme court watc
-old, a child of a viewer up in boston. they sent us this video. >> watching "closing bell." >> it occurs to me, only a 2-year-old could this happy about the fiscal cliff. >> that's charlie. we're told he's a big fan of "closing bell." his father greg told us he watches us every day. we made that animation months ago to raise awareness of what the fiscal cliff meant. i know you've seen this animation a lot on our program. >> and you know i have the same response every day. >> it brings joy to that young boy. so those people who wrote in and said, hey, we hate that video, somebody likes it. >> way to go, charlie. >> look how cute charlie is. >> wait until he gets his first paycheck when he grows up with all the taxes taken out. then we'll see if he likes the fiscal cliff. >> i was just going to say that. unfortunately, one of the big upsets about this fiscal cliff and the $16 trillion debt is the taxes and what we're leaving to our kids and grand kids. i hate to pour cold water on this, bill. poor charlie. >>> all right. we have the closing countdown next. >> after the bell, we'll hear from some
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